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Billy HallowellJul 2, 2021 12:00:00 AM1 min read

Oh, Thank You Lord!': The Emotional Moment Woman Finds Out She's Pregnant After a Miscarriage & Prays for Her Unborn Baby

A woman's viral video revealing the moment she discovered she was pregnant after having a miscarriage is once again making rounds — and it's powerful!

People Magazine is among the outlets sharing Lauren Bennett's 2020 video showcasing her tears of joy — and her invocation to God — after seeing her positive pregnancy results.

"Oh, thank you Lord," she cried. "Thank you God. Thank you God ... protect my baby. Oh thank you!"

The shortened video shared by People is powerful, but a longer video shared on Bennett's Tik Tok page, which recaps her pregnancy, is even more touching. 

Complete with photos from her entire pregnancy and moments after the birth of her baby boy, the video offers the rest of the story, and leaves viewers deeply inspired.


2020 was the BEST year of my life! I still cry when I think about it! ❤️ ##glorytogod ##happiestyear ##married ##biracial ##FYP ##baby ##boymom

♬ original sound - Lauren Ashley Bennett

In a separate video posted to Tik Tok, Bennett discussed the power of faith and the importance of a relationship with Jesus.


"If you don't have a relationship with the Lord, get you one," she proclaimed. "There is nothing like it."


Follow me on IG for more of this! ❤️ ##FYP ##Godfirst ##Lovejesus ##momoftiktok ##boymom

♬ original sound - Lauren Ashley Bennett

We'll leave you with the original video that shows her full reaction to the pregnancy:


When Gods will aligns with your hearts desire! 😩😭❤️ ##ibelieve ##pregnant ##boymom ##glorytogod ##FYP

♬ Surrender - Natalie Taylor

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Featured Image Credit: Lauren Bennett/Tik Tok


Billy Hallowell

Billy Hallowell has been working in journalism and media for more than a decade. His writings have appeared in Deseret News, TheBlaze, Human Events, Mediaite and on, among other outlets. Hallowell has a B.A. in journalism and broadcasting from the College of Mount Saint Vincent in Riverdale, New York and an M.S. in social research from Hunter College in Manhattan, New York.